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Karnataka crisis: Speaker meets rebel MLAs after SC order, says he'll have to examine if resignations are voluntary, genuine

Firstpost Thursday, 11 July 2019 ()
The political stalemate in Karnataka continued with 10 dissident MLAs meeting Assembly Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar on Thursday and tendering their resignations, which he said he will consider to his 'satisfaction' whether they are genuine and voluntary before taking a decision.
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News video: ‘Will examine resignations overnight,’ Karnataka Speaker on rebel MLAs

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Karnataka Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar on Thursday ruled out the decision on resignations of 11 rebel MLAs. "Will think over night to see if resignations were voluntary," he said. Kumar was speaking to the media after meeting the rebel MLAs in Bengaluru.

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